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A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain relierer.
Its ase is almost universal by the Housewife, the Fanner, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring aa effective
No other application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
Ko medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustauo
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it.
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Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils.
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REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN
TION. The rcpiiblicsm lectors f the
tale t Nt-braskii iiro iv jncfU-tl 1
r-nl ik'h'atcs from their several
1 oiinlies to uit'i-t in convention in
tin city of Kcarnry Velni-tlay
April l!7.1S'.rJ, at llo'clck a.m., for
the purpose of electing four lele
yatert at lare to the rejmhl iean na
tional convention lo he held in
1 in nea polirt June 7, IS'.r.
The neveral counties are entitled
to representation art follows, ticiu
buHt'il upon the vote cast for Hon.
Oeorjje II. Hastings for attorney
general in 18'JO, one delegate
at lare to each count' and one for
each loO votes and the major frac
Keys Faht 3
Keith ... 2
t lan tier 3
Hoone - 5
Box liutte 6
Loup. .... 2
Pierce - 3
Phelps i 4
Kic hard sob 11
Saline , 14
Cedar ... 4
Cherry....- -- - 5
Scotts Ulan 2
Seward .. 10
York - 12
HitVh-fK-lc ...... 4
It is recoraended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention, and
that the delegates present be auth
orized to cast full votes of the dele
gation. It recommended that the republi
cans of every county in this state
be requested to select their county
central committee at the first coun
ty convention held in their respec
tive counties. Said committee to
serve until the county convention
of 1893 be held.
Dr. S. D. Mercer,
Walt. M. Seelet.
FIRST DIS TRICT CONVENTION.
The republican electors of- the
First congressional district of the
state of Nebraska are requested to
send delegates from the several
counties comprising said district to
meet in convention in the city of
Falls City, Wednesday, April 20,
1891, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing two delegates
and two alternate delegates to the
republican national convention to
be held at Minneapolis June 7, 1892.
The several counties are entitled
to representation as follows, be
ing based upon the vote cast for
Hon. W. J. Connell for congress in
1890. One delegate for each 100
votes and major fraction thereof
and one delegate at large from each
Del. 'Counties Del.
... lV't)toe 13
... 10; Pawnee 13
. .. 45! Richardson 1
It is recommended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention, and
that the delegates present from
each county cast the full vote of the
W. H. WOO WARD,
Pronounced Hopeless, YetSaved.
From a letter written b- Mrs. Ada
K. Hurd of Groton. S. D., we quote:
'Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on ny lungs, cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up say
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Saviour, de
termined if I could not stay with
my friends on earth, I would meet
my "absent ones above. - My hus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption
coughs and colds.,-1 gave it a trial
4ooli in all eight bottles; it has cure!
me and thank God I am now a well
and hearty woman." Trial bottles
free at F. G. Fricke A: Co.'s drug
store, regular size. 50c. and $1.00. -
(. ACreat Surprise
Is in store for all who use Kemp'f
I3alsan for the thront and lungs the
great, guaranteed remedy. Would
you believe that it :s .-old n -its
merits and that any. h uggits is au
thorized by the- proprietor of this
vvomja'rjul remeIy to give "you a
sample Ijottle freer. It never fails
to eufe acute and chronic coughs.
All drtiirpists sell KVinu' Halsam.
t-i"rgtf -Uottl.'is ruiij aud hI-
t Cough Followlngthe Crip
- r-Lany person, vviio havc recovered
lroiu ht rr;ppe no v.- trou:ivd
wjtli .a pcrsi.stent., couglj. .Chani
lerlaiu' . cough. ..remedy wjll
prpmpily loosen ti:s cough and.
relieve the lungs, eifeclifig a jer
manent cure in a verv short 'time.
J. and .t0 cent bottle for sale by F.
TO TRAVEL IN AIR.
AT THE MODEoT SPEED OF TH; '".
HUNDRED MILES AN HOU'i
Mr. Lorher' 1 uvnt lin llio IC-
.-!! C'l.-iliiis .Muilr in ll !.'
oilier Ad-lit.oii to the l.i I i-ru I . i
Arrtul N !t;al inn.
Charles U. L'ler. ii lawyer of U.
street, in this city, has invented a
tern of aeriel navigation which i:c i
will solve the question and -.
vessels of any size and weight t ...
through the air with the great e.Vi
eajse, safety and rapidity if constrneie
on his principle. His invention is
on his discovery of ineanB which mak
the air unyielding to force and impact
and this unyielding state of the air tu
nas named anthexis, from the Greek,
meaning that which sustains force with
out yielding. It must not be inferred
from the statement that Mr. Loeber is a
lawyer that he has devoloped his system
and perfected his invention without an
acquired knowledge of its surroundings.
He has given aeriel navigation his care
ful study for over a quarter of a cen
tury, and especially has studied the
quality of the air or atmosphere, and
one of bis notable inventions is an aii
This new invention has had as yet no
practical test, because no machine for
navigation has yet been constructed.
The inventor claims, however, that he
has satisfied himself of its correctness
beyond a doubt. He naively states that
his position is the same as that of most
inventors. He lacks the funds. Not
that he is without means, but the amount
needed to build a vessel of the proper
size for conveyance would be $50,000,
and he says that $50,000 is a large
amount to some men. He also wante
the privilege of control in the matter of
construction, which means a great deal
to capitalists. At the same time he is as
hopeful and also as buoyant as his ma
chine will be, according to his state
ments, and believes that the opportunity
will come for him to make, as he says,
an epoch in history.
When questioned as to the principle
on which he works he said to a reporter:
"If 1 were to detail to a thorough
scientist, the strongest kind of a per
sonal friend, in the strictest confidence,
the principle 1 work upon, there would
enter into his acceptance of it an ele
ment of doubt, because it is opposed to
all the present ideas of aerial navigation.
The air is a power substance, but its
power is occult and made manifest only
by the use of means. The balloon is the
means to obtain two opposite vertical
air columns and the excess of the lower
over the upper air column; vacuous space
in the pneumatic tube is the means to
obtain the full pressure force of one air
column. A third means which 1 have
discovered brings forth anthexis. An
thexis is the foundation and embodiment
of my invention of the air car. I can
say no more than this at present."
The startling part of Mr. Loebers
proposition is that he proposes his air
car shall be made of iron or steel to pre
vent fire: that its extreme length shall
be 79 feet; mean breadth, 27 feet; height
35 feet; length and breadth of wings, 40
and 27 feet; total wing area, 2,160 square
feet, and that it shall have a net carry
ing capacity of 600 tons. The minimum
unyielding air support underneath the
wings, he says, will be 1,183 tons and
the area of the machine will be 40 square
feet. The means through which an
thexis are brought forth are constant, he
says, and the control of the rudder ab
solute. Three hundred miles an hour
speed, according to his statement, are as
easily obtainable in the air as are thirty
iniles an hour on land. The normal
height of the car in the air will be above
mountains, so as to keep it out of the
zone of cyclones and an automatic
register denoting the height of the car.
coupled with a simple rule fixing the
heights for the various cars, will make
collisions practically impossible.
This is comforting to know. That
this invention, if carried out, will prac
tically bring the millenium. Mr. Loeber
does not hesitate to say. As illustra
tions of the feasibility of bis plan and
the existence of anthexis. he uses the
vulture, which, when weighted with a
load heavier than itself, is able to rise
in the air to any distance. Were not
the air unyielding the bird would hare
uo fulcruinage, and the air would slip
by it. The bird does not obtain tins by
the exertion of force, as is shown by the
motionless wings of the eagle poised in
air. In the case of 'the -laden vulrap
the force" needed ''would'" lie a force equal
the weight of the vnltme audits p.ey,
added toi '-that needed for 'fulcrum;: e
and its flying force. .This would taalce
flight impossible, he' claims, unless na
ture had provided .a better means th .
simple force., and this, ilr. Lofebfcrs.ijs..
he has discovered. . -
When cii lied upon-to. account fur his
discovery-he claimed it was due to prov
idential ,good "fortune, added to many
years of 'unremitting study expended on
a subject as to which ' little or nothing'
was . already, known, and all of which
had to be elaborated by origiual concep
tion and design. He says a trial of the
test car could be made in leo than si
months, and theu" large cars could be
built and afr conveyance n.-ed as a regu
lar method of truu.-pDrtation.
Who knows ."but the aerial navigation
and tra.jVpoi-tdtioft ci nirany,- carrying
passenger-acrys iiil 'tho continents and
wastes'".' wu;eis. wit; ir.it seas:ck::e.v.-
or the dangers of ui'K' hidig.-'i..:i
.throai.li the .oiaboli. ui railway sta-.v-n
sandwich, mar" be a '.Lin ol the i.-
futurt. while the ui-u vv.i.. doubt, as
j ",.. -. ,ircr ccei.li uiaevii :l.u if.:
.mo'.ivo ti"a:iso:t;.t:::::. -can't
as 'tll-y uid' and to
day 1T in the sr.ar.-vr r
evwiiig i:i Sic ;i"ia ;?:.-!':
sy lutve t
cj :! U r
;iLlr. acc...n. .'
i! "as a man
l;:t:r in t -e ccia.a
o." ruaA-a in other matters warrant soxe
deun-ft' of faith ia his sincerity and sense.
Tlio whole horrx-Kaoe of ltoxes tw;
tier high was filled .ith the flower :f
2sew York tweilduia. The juiitig woia; u
were one and all frail and tine, having
that delicate s!e:id--rncss so i'-ir removed
from thinness that is an eastern Ameri
ca n woman's greatest beauty. UloinN
were in the majority graceful, fragi!
exquisite ert at u res. gleaming with !i -munds
and ethereal as spirits of tin?
moonlight, in pale tinted, ileeey dresses.
They were all decollate thin or fat
but not one was scraggy. Almost all
wore their hair high and liouhd around
in the style of the First Umpire with a
band of riblon or of gold, while on their
foreheads and sometimes over their ears
lay little ruffled, careless curls like a
baby's. The men were not so good lock
ing and were somewhat effaced by the
show of feminine beauty. Almost all
the younger ones were smooth faced and
wore inordinately high collars. These
young fellows are very prominent in the
gay circles of Gotham.
The showing of jewels every one le
ing bedizened for the ball was wonder
ful. Mrs. Bradley Martin was covered
with diamonds. She is not a pretty or
young woman, in fact is florid and com
mon in her style, and so did not set off her
gems to advantage. On her head she wore
a diamond crown as big around as a tea
cup and made in a design of small, fine
points. It was set back on the crown 1
her head and inclosed her hair. Around
her neck were several chains of the
same stones, long and short. Another
line of enormous diamonds followed the
edge of her corsage from the shoulder
to the front, and from her other shoul
der to the point of her bodice a suj :: '
reviere of diamonds traced a blaze of
light. Mrs. Ogden Mills was also
crowned, her crown being small and
round and high, also inclosing her hair.
Her neck and bodice glittered with other
jewels. She is thin and somewhat pas
see, but she has high, aristocratic fea
tures and a great deal of air and style.
New York Cor. San Francisco Argonaut.
Sirs. Charlea H. Spurgeon.
Mr. Spurgeon was but twenty-two
when he made choice of a wife in Su
sanna, the daughter of Mr. Robert
Thompson, a merchant of Falcon square,
in the city of London. But if young in
years, the preacher was of course even
then old in wisdom, and the excellence
of his judgment fully atoned for the ear
liness of his marriage. Mr. Spurgeon
was then jiastor of a small chapel in
South London, and resided in the pov
erty stricken neighborhood of the bor
ough. During the first fortnight of the
year 1856 the marriage took place on
Jan. 8 the young man was preaching
in several of the provincial cities.
Not long after marriage Mrs. Spur
geon fell a victim to a disease from the
effects of which 6he has never wholly
been free. In 1868, in accordance with
the wishes of the most eminent eur'
geons, she consented to a painful opera
tion. It was performed by Sir James
Simpson, of Edinburgh, and eventually
had the happy result of greatly mitigat
ing, though not entirely removing, her
sufferings. Until that time illness had
prevented her giving very much active
help to her husband's work; probably
she had been most helpful to him in the
loving sympathy she gave while her hus
band was the target for so many at
tacks, from the churchmen on the one
hand, from the Freethinkers on the
other, attacks which had become more
frequent with his appointment to the
position of pastor of the Metropolitan
Tabernacle. London Letter.
Woman's Most Keren t Profession.
A new profession is open to women,
one in which they are scarcely likely to
have any male competitors. Moreover,
it is one which should be eminently
agreeable to the feminine mind. No
special qualifications are required be
yond good loks and good taste. The
profession is that of window gazing.
Already a uumber of ladies have become
window gazers as a matter of profit as
well as pleasure. The duties are light
and the pay is good. All that is required
is to stand in front of your patron't,
street windows dnrhig the fashionable
hours of the afternoon, and, in suffi
ciently enthusiastic terms draw tho at
tention qf yotir companion to the merits
of the latest sweet thing in bonnets, or
that perfectly ideal theater cloak, j for
the benefit of the genuine shoppers who
are passing. The professional window
gazers must go in couples in order to
able to start a conversation. San Fran
Work of Women In Philanthropy.
' The lady managers of the World's fair
are in communication with irs. Aubrey
II. Smith, of Philadelphia, v-ho compiled
a book of Snteresting and valuable statis
tics for the Centennial concerning the
charities conducted by women. It i the"
intention of the woia.m's board to take
up the work begun by Mrs. Smith and
brincr it r.p to date, showing the advance
ment of women in philanthropy during J
the last decade. The lady managers b a v$
already collected much supplementary
data .of , an international character, ar.d
are consulting Urs. Smith as to the 'best
methods suggested by her experience i:i
arranging the available materials. Phil
A IJill'ereiioe in Calling. -
In the south the voices of women a
well as of men were often utilized fcr
-long di'-tance calis." It may be amusi.ig
to note the d:fforo:;ee in intonation whit-:,
was usually exhibited by the sex.y..
When a nam had occasion to sm.ini;i
any one tram a ui.-ua v. he prcl- :.-; cd
tone was plactd ou the ;:r.-t noie. ti--
CUKllu'.s tilC :-S-C" ad ttli'.S. 'i ,:.
: ii a r.
and ti e e
-' 1 -
;..;.'?: is-. i on.' vjI-U
!" Dr." J. llarvie 1 e.v in Cenna -
The Mjii in tlie Infant.
If a baby luia a .iil of Lis o-.y;i he . a,
ba intolerant .-f i:-gl't. .tid wliatevei
he v. ajjtshe ;ul want-at or.ee and iscr
v.-ill b noise r.ud a Lidlabaluoifae ia i. I i,
waiting. Thus, in embryo, is seen tht
irascible, impatient and dictatorial man.
1 'LACKS OF WORSHIP.
thoi.ic. r. fjt"l'" 'litm-ii, nL. l'-trra
rlflli ami .--ixtli. F;illn-r :cli-y, l'Mtr
Sri vit')' : V' i'- . a. M. huinlay
M l.ool nl 2 : !. i"-el l lot..
fiimTiA. n-i I 'ii wi-'l I'lulah Hw
Si ivIcjm iiM imnK i. Ml .'. I "i r A,
ChI Viiy ji.-i.stoi wiiiii!:i Srn.il In . M.
I- i-is- oi-Ai.. m l.nkN liun l.. i''r Tlilrd
Hii.iVlij-. la-v II It- liurKf-H. .H..r. her-vic-i-.H
: 11 a M a "17 : t i . tMaui hiiaxil
nl 2 :M P. m.
liKK.MAN M rTlnll.lls'I t HlirrSIXtll ft Hlld
(JiaijlW- lC-v. Illn. I 'act or. rrrvt-fn : 1 1 A. M.
Hint 7 :Ji l-. M. Siiiinay School 10 :M A M.
PllKSHYTrKIAN. MTVti'HM In I ' w dm tell . -
la-r Mxlh ami titiiiiitc Mr. Iv. J. T. Halnl,
i:iHior. suinlii-sc- ixil Ht y ;3 ; I reach!"
hi 11 h. iii. a:.l x i in.
riirV. K. !-.'. h f t h1i rliurrli Iih eta evety
Hatibatli eveiilni- at 7 :15 In Ilie Iiium inet't mt
the rlnicrli. All i ie Invited lo ulttini tbea
Klltsr M fTltoniHT. Sixth St., btweii Miila
Hint IVarl. Kev L F. Urltt. 1. I. castor.
s-rvlreH : H . m. .8 :00 v M Munda sichoal
9:atiA m . I'ray r im-etli g W edneaday evea
Inii. kkman I'Kt-HHVTKKi an . ornfr Main atitf
Ninth. Key V itte, p.-taior. hervicea usual
hours, tsutiduy -cliool y ;'ju A. M.
Swf.kdinh N(iRrOATioMAU Granite, ba
tween Fifth and Klxlh.
I'oMiMRu Haitiht. Mt. Olive. -k. brtw"ea
Tenth and Kleventh Itev. A. ItWHwell, paa
tr. Kervlres 1 1 a. in. nnd 7 :30 p. m I'myor
nie"ttnif Wednesday evrulim.
Yoll.Vd MKN'B I'HHI TIA AHNOCI ATIOH
lCootns In V at'-nnaii lilo-k, MhIii atreet. ;
pel meeting. fr men only, every Huaday af
ternoon nl 4 o'clock. Itooini. open week daya
from 8:30 a. in.. 19 9 : 30 p. l.i.
MOUTU l AHK TAHEHN ACLR. Kev . J. If.
V 'kmI, I awtor. Services : Sunday School,
.!.in.: I reaching, 11 a in. and 8 p. an.;
prayer meeting Tuesday night ; choir prac-
ice r rtU . infill All are welcome.
Subscribe for The Herald, only
15 cents a week or 50 cents a month.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Thk Bkht Halvk in the world for Cuta
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fevar
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give fmtisfaclion, or
money refunded. Price 25 ccnU fcr lox.
For pale by F. O. Fricke
Lincoln, Hlair, Beatrice and Kear
ney now have each two kinds f
The First step,
l'erhaps you are run down, can t
eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't de
anything to your satisfaction, and
you wonder what ails you. Yo
should heed the warning, you are
taking the first step into nervous
prostration. You need a nerve tonic
and in Electric Hitters you will find
the exact remedy for restoring your
nervous system to it normal, liealt
condition. Surprising results fv
low the use of this great 'Nerv
Tonic and Alterative, Your appe
tite returns, good digestion is re
stored, and the liver and kidneys re
sume healthy action. Try a bottle.
Price 50c, at F. G. Fricke & Co's
Do not confuse the famous Blush
of Roses with the many worthless
paints, powders, creams and
bleaches which are flooding thej
market. Get the genuine of you
drucerist. O. H. Snyder, 75 cents pe
bottle, and I guarantee it will re-,'
move your pimples, freckles, black- V
heads, moth, tan and sunburn, a
give you a lovely complexion. 1
Fort Sidney is to have a new de
tachment of troops, the twenty-firet
infatry being ordered to New York
ALittle Iris Experiertcein a LlgMt
Mr. and Mrs, Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years. Last
April she taken down with Measles,
followed with dreadful Cough and
turned into a fever. Doctors at
home and at Detroit treated, but in
vain, she grew worse rapidly, until
she was a mere" handful of bones".
Then she tried Dr, King's New
Discovery and after the use of two
nnd a half bottles, was completely
cured. They say Dr. King,s New
Discovery is worth its weight 'n
gold, yet you may get a trial bottle
free at F. G. Frickey Drugstore.
The Homliest Man In PJ fxtXh m ou:h
As well as the handsomest, and
others are -invited to call on any
druggist and get free a trial bottle
of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lungs, a remedy that is selling
entirely upon- it merits and i.i
guaranteed to relieve and cure all
chronic aid acute coughs, asthma,
bronchitis and consumption. Large
bottle .V;c a .i'l ?1.:
lliw's This! '
We offer P.A--dollars reward for
any ease of catarrh that can not i,i
Ctifed by J fall's Catarrh Cure.'
Ohio, j .:
We tli? uacb-rsitrued, havf known'
V. J. Cheney Tor the" last 15 years;
and boHre him pefectly Jioaoral le
in all l.'-u .triesH transactions and fin
ancially able to carry out an oblig
ations made bv their hrm.
West '& Trttnx. Wholesale Drug-
gisf. Tde1o "Ohio.,'Wiilding Kinnr. C
A- Tarvin. WJiolesale druggist Tol
do Olno t ...
Ifall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, action direct' upon tJiC 1j1oo1
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price. 75c. per bottle. Sold by a
Dru jgist; Testimonials fre.
One Fare for the Round Trip.
, Tli'e. Ji. AM. will fell round trip
tickefs Tor "one- f:lre to " fof priigh.
Arkansa-. on the follAv'tg occa
sions:. Mt ting of tJ:e Gcvn:r.:i
I ReservaUc-n Inipruvettiem axf-j-tf
! alion, April 11?. 'I U V -J v.-;.1-b t7
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! , Annual nuetijigrti.t tali;sn n:l
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eqlcl May 16 and it'rcVo-Ive; i;Wa
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For further iii format ion iiiqiii
at ticket office. F. Latham, t
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